Shibb for Global Protect VPN?
Andrew Jason Morgan
morgan at oregonstate.edu
Thu Jan 21 20:06:17 UTC 2021
We recently deployed Cisco's VPN using SAML authentication, and it uses an embedded browser that doesn't share cookies. Still, it is really nice to use our standard campus login page (with Duo) instead of some custom auth solution!
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Subject: Re: Shibb for Global Protect VPN?
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On 1/21/21, 2:42 PM, "users on behalf of IAM David Bantz" <users-bounces at shibboleth.net on behalf of dabantz at alaska.edu> wrote:
> UAlaska has deployed VPN access using Global Protect. If I understand correctly, VPNs are (or can be) initiated in a web
> portal. If so, seems one could protect that web page with Shibb and thus have a valid SSO session immediately upon
> establishment of VPN connection (at least if IP address consistency is not enforced).
As far as I know, virtually never. Those are usually based on embedded browsers that aren't going to share cookie state with any browser somebody is using.
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